FlyQ Pocket for Android V2.2 Released

It gives me great pleasure to announce FlyQ Pocket for Android version 2.2 is available today.

FlyQ Pocket is a great aviation app for all pilots. It’s packed with powerful features that every pilot needs to make that all important ‘go or no-go’ decision before flight.

Best of all, it’s free! It’s part of our commitment to give back to the aviation community.

No other app or web site offers all theses powerful features in a simple to use package. Seattle Avionics pioneered the ‘Rule of Two’ ease-of-use. Navigating the app is quick and easy.

FlyQ Pocket is complete with everything a pilot needs. Here’s the highlights:

  • METAR/TAF (continuously updated)
  • Tap-to-Dial Realtime WX (ASOS/AWOS/ATIS)
  • 200+ Weather Graphics (with animation)
  • Flight Plan Routing (Direct, Airways, Wind/Fuel)
  • FAA Flight Plan Filing (DUATS or Lockheed)
  • Full FAA Legal Briefing (Area and Route)
  • Fuel Prices (MOGAS, 100LL, Jet A)
  • Airport Diagrams (700+ FAA and 4700+ Seattle Avionics Diagrams)
  • Airport Directory (A/FD & AOPA)

“We’re thrilled to have the app back under our own brand name once again” said Keith Russo, Seattle Avionics VP. FlyQ Pocket started out life as ‘FreeFlight’ under Seattle Avionics brand. It was later branded for AOPA under a 3 year license agreement. FlyQ Pocket for Android was the last of the apps to be rebranded.

Seattle Avionics FlyQ Pocket is available for Apple iPhone/iPad and Google Android devices.

 

9 thoughts on “FlyQ Pocket for Android V2.2 Released

    • Hello Gale,

      Thanks for your question! Something like this would be best answered by our Support Team instead of using the ‘comments’ section. Please contact the Support Team at support@seattleavionics.com.

      In any case, FlyQ Pocket doesn’t include charts or plates. Pocket is a companion app to its big brother FlyQ EFB for iPad.

      Fly Safe!
      Keith

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  1. Two things. First, loaded app on my Android ZTE 595 and was unable to call up Support page receiving an Error message. Second, I was trying to reach Support to inform you that the information for the Terre Haute Regional Airport (KHUF) is incorrect. It is no longer 118.3 having changed last year to 134.725.

    James Fisher

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    • Hello James,

      Thanks for your question! Something like this would be best answered by our Support team instead of using the ‘comments’ section. Please contact Support team at support@seattleavionics.com.

      In any case, I’ll have the team look into this.

      Fly Safe!
      Keith

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  2. I downloaded Charts and Plates to my IPhone and can’t figure out how to get the plate geo referenced to the airport page. I can see the chart, under charts, and the plate for the airport under the plates tab, can’t get the plate to show over the sectional at all.

    Gale Derosier

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    • Hello Gale,

      Thanks for your question! Something like this would be better answered by out Support team instead of using the ‘comments’ section. Please contact support at support@seattleavionics.com.

      In any case, FlyQ Pocket doesn’t include charts or plates. Pocket is a companion to its big brother FlyQ EFB for iPad.

      Fly Safe!
      Keith

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  3. Are there any plans to have charts available for FlyQ Pocket? Everything I use is Android or Linux. I don’t like having to have an extra device (iPad) just so I can read your charts. So much so, that I download .pdf versions of the charts onto my Android tablet & Android phone (backup charts), or use alternative Android flight planning/document applications.

    That means the only reason I keep your software (on an old iPad) is for Bahamian charts. I really would like to use your Android app as a one stop solution. Even better if both your iPad & Android apps were functionally equivalent so the users have a choice of platform.

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